New For 2024: Inglis High Power Pistols

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posted on May 25, 2024
Inglis Hi Power 01
Images courtesy of SDS Imports.

A classic semi-automatic pistol design, the FN High Power or GP-35, has experienced a resurgence in popularity in the civilian market, just as it was getting replaced in the military and law-enforcement worlds. The latest addition to the High Power world is the new-for-2024 Inglis series of High Power-style handguns.

The rebirth of Inglis Mfg. is courtesy of parent company SDS Imports. The “Inglis” name is a significant one in High Power history. It denotes the Canadian company that manufactured High Power pistols for the Allies during World War II after the Fabrique Nationale factory in Belgium was overrun by the Nazis. The new Inglis pistols have a 4140 steel frame and slide. The 4.7” barrel is hard chromed. Front and rear sights are fitted into Browning Hi-Power-pattern dovetails. The pistols have “Mark II”-style ambidextrous safety levers. Magazines are of the original High Power configuration but have a capacity of 15 rounds. Two are supplied with each pistol. Inglis pistols come in a lockable polymer case with a cleaning kit.

Right side of the Inglis L9A1 High Power.The base model in the Inglis series is the L9A1, a model styled on the High Power used by the British military from 1962 until 2013.

Inglis pistols will be offered in four configurations. The most basic is the L9A1. The L9A1 was the post-World War II High Power manufactured for the military forces of the British Commonwealth. The Inglis L9A1 has a black chromate finish with checkered black polymer grips and a lanyard loop attached to the frame. The L9A1 has an MSRP of $490.

Left side of the casehardened Inglis GP-35 High Power.The Inglis GP-35 has a casehardened finish on its slide and frame and Turkish walnut grips.

At the top end of the scale of Inglis pistols is the Limited Edition GP-35. The GP-35 has a case hardened finish on the slide and frame, uses grips made of Grade A Turkish walnut and has a brass bead front sight. The GP-35 has an MSRP of $650.

Right side of the Inglis nickel-plated High Power pistol.Later this year, Inglis will release two additional versions of the High Power pistol, one being the nickel-finished P-35N pictured.

Two additional models will be available in the near future. The P-35B has the same specifications as the L9A1, with the exception of checkered wood grips, and the P-35N has a satin nickel finish and black G10 grips. Both have a fiber-optic insert in their front sight and an MSRP of $550. For more information, visit inglismfg.com.

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